Netflix to premiere first-ever Cypriot film ‘Find Me Falling’ in July

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Netflix will premiere its first-ever Cypriot film Find Me Falling on Friday, July 19 this year.

Stelana Kliris’ romantic film stars Emmy and Grammy-winning actor and musician Harry Connick Jr. as rock star John Allman who decides to take a break from his career to reclaim his spark. His journey of rediscovery takes him to an “isolated cliffside home” on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus.

Find Me Falling is a collaboration between Jupiter Peak Productions (USA) and Meraki Films (Cyprus). The film received support from Cyprus’ Deputy Ministry of Culture, the Cyprus Film Advisory Committee (CFCC), and Invest Cyprus.

The movie will be available on Netflix worldwide starting Friday, July 19. Cypriot audiences will have the opportunity to experience the film in cinema theatres for a limited time.

Source: In-Cyprus.

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